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of virginia, all of maryland, eastern part of west virginia, eastern shore, and up the western corridor. could be flight delays later this afternoon. chance of damaging winds from strong storms. maybe a few isolated tornadoes possible between 4:00 and 8:00 p.m. right now temperatures around the region are hovering in the upper 60s to right around 70 degrees, and the air has turned a lot more humid. hour by hour throughout the day, clouds through midmorning. just some shower west of the metro area. by 6:00 a.m., upper 60s. sunrise 6:03. by noon time, showers moving in, and strong storms and damaging winds possible from 3:00 until early this evening. i'm back in ten minutes with another update and another look at first 4 radar. now first 4 traffic with danella. >>> as you mentioned, slippery roadways means fender benders. if you're traveling northbound i-95 at route 3, have an accident. it is in your shoulder lane. trel lanes are open. i want to urge you to give yourself some extra time. as tom mentioned, you have inclement weather. you're taking the volume very light on the inner loop and outer
into portions of western virginia and west virginia. so instead of perfect sunshine, we'll have mostly sunny skies today and a little further off to the north and west, out towards detroit, you see thicker cloud cover. this is a cold front which will come in here later tonight and could kick off a shower although i think most of the area will remain dry. bottom line, generally nice conditions around here today with sunshine, high temperatures expected to be about 80 or so. more details on the weather including a closer look at the weekend in just a minute. back to you. >> thank you. >>> more anti-american protests topping our stories right now. the united states bracing for more protests around the muslim world today and libya has made arrests in the attacks that killed american ambassador. the identities of the other americans killed are also released. let's take a live look right now. the protests against that low- budget film that mocks islam have been spreading all week. a live look at cairo this morning. ntinued overnight. more are expects from morocco to indonesia. >>> on the campaign
blue in the 40s, and that includes much of northern virginia, just about all of maryland, including the eastern shore, and out of the mountains, a few of those areas in the darker blue, they're in the 30s in a few locations out in worcester and maryland and in the highlands of west virginia. quite a chill in the air this morning. thankfully not much wind. we'll be talk windchill. right now it's 56 at reagan national. that's the coolest temperature there since way last may. look at ocean city. they're down to a chilly 53. elkins, west virginia at 39 degrees. closer to washington it's in the 40s. montgomery, arlington, fairfax, prince george's counties. chilly and calm. lots of sun the rest of the day with highs reaching the mid 70s by afternoon. i'll be back in ten minutes. now a look at our traffic. >> still seeing traffic. let's head to arlington boulevard. at one point just one lane was getting by. i did see some delays, but it looks like that work zone is just about wrapped up. let's head to the beltway at van dohrn. you can see the taillights to the right of the screen. that is
virginia. for today, we're talking about the lowest temperatures of the week. right now throughout the area, 57 degrees in benning. areas in bowie currently at 50 degrees. up in clarksburg currently, 48 degrees. temperatures quite low this morning. for 8:00 a.m., again, jacket cool. we'll have quite a bit of sunshine. mostly clear sky. by noontime today, that october chill still there, still sunny. 62 to 65 degrees. i think we'll top out at 70 to 71 degrees today. that will be on par with yesterday. 65 to 68 by 5:00 p.m. sunny and chilly conditions indeed coming up at 4:41. i'll have your four-day forecast. right now first 4 traffic with danella sealock. >> thanks, veronica. >>> checking the roads out for you, and you're dealing with road work early this monday morning. let's talk about it. if you're making the commute on the outer loop of the beltway, this normal work zone near university boulevard blocking the left lane really on the outer loop and inner loop. also, if you're traveling southbound i-270, you cannot get onto 85 right now. emergency road work happening on that ramp and block
. in our headlines now. >>> one person is dead after a wrong way crash in stafford county, virginia. that accident happened yesterday along route 16 in stafford lakes parkway. witnesses saw a pickup truck suddenly speed up and cross into oncoming traffic. that truck crashed head-on into another truck. the driver of that truck died. >>> the wife of a man who was brutally attacked near eastern market is speaking out about the incident. thomas nosslin was jumped last month. three men attacked him, stole his iphone, and savagely beat him. the men robbed three other people later that night, but police caught and arrested him for those robberies. police found four phones when they arrested the men. one of the phones belonged to maslin, but only a few days ago police connected them to the attack. >> i'm really grateful for the hard work to the police department and the detectives. they're incredible, and they don't get a lot of credit. i want to recognize everything they've done to bring justice to our case. >> maslin is still in the hospital recovering from brain injuries. >>> thanks to a
central virginia and into the south. much farther south and west, we've got a developing rain storm coming our ray late tonight. between now and then, we'll stay dry. off to a chilly start. it's only near 50 in montgomery county. much of fairfax county, prince george's, and southern maryland. up near the bay waters, near 60. reagan national, 61. the chilly 40s. panhandle of west virginia, chilly and into the mountains. by 6:00 a.m., still a chill in the air, only around 50. sunrise by 6:02. tonight sunny, mild, nice, rapid warmup. we ought to be low to mid-70s by noontime. and upper 70s to near 80 as clouds increase south and west. going mostly cloudy by late afternoon, going back down to the mid-70s by then. i'm back with a hometown forecast in ten minutes. danella is here now with the morning traffic. good morning. >> good morning, tom. >>> checking the roadways, if you're traveling in virginia, construction continues again today. right now it's a race on the inner loop as you make your way just past i-66. only one lane will get you by the work zone there. outer loop, usual work zone her
lanes are blocked at dennis avenue. also in virginia, you're dealing with some construction. blocking the ramps on 7. so if you're taking the inner loop or outer loop at 7, those ramps are shut down. outer loop at 7, looks like the right lane is still blocked but these work zones should be wrapping up soon. >>> breaking news right now, nfl replacement referees are out. the real refs are back on the job. the league and referees union reached a tentative deal on a new contract overnight. tony is live at the news desk with more. good morning. >> reporter: this is the moment fans were waiting for. roger goodell temporary lifted the lockout, which allows the veteran nfl refs to work the game tonight. the nfl and the referees association agreed on an eight-year collective bargaining agreement, which is the longest agreement between the two sides in nfl history. now, talks between the two sides picked up following the fiasco at the end of the seattle-green bay game. commissioner goodell said "we look forward to having the finest officials in sporters back on the field and i want to give a sp
scattered tree damage too in montgomery county and howard and frederick and across northern virginia. leesburg 61, manassas down to 61. much of fairfax county and prince george's county just near 60 degrees. 50s out in the mountains. hour by hour today. by noon, still cloudy, hovering around 60 degrees. a cool and breezy morning. but then winds settle down, we get more sun during the afternoon. highs reaching low 70s by midafternoon. sunrise 6:54. sunset 7:09. i'll be back with the hometown forecast in ten minutes. danella, your first 4 traffic. >> good morning. >>> as melissa reported just a few moments ago, if you're traveling along southern avenue, that 800 block of southern avenue in southeast is shut down right now due to police investigation. let's head over to the beltway because the only work zone i see is on the outer loop as you make your way near colesville road. that left lane is blocked. because of last night's rain, a lot of overnight road work was cancelled. taking the beltway in prince george's county near richie marlboro road, no issues to report. if you're taking th
. heading over to virginia, inner loop and outer loop. the ramps to 123, that's where you'll find work zones in place wrapping up shortly. also traveling the inner loop at 7. looks like the work is getting by the work zone there. earlier, as you head eastbound at nutley, did have a work zone in place there. nice and clear traveling east and westbound. checking your travel speeds westbound from fairfax county parkway making your way to the beltway you're at 61 miles per hour. just an 11-minute drive. i'm back in ten. aaron and eun, back over to you. >>> today president obama will speak before the united nations general assembly. take a look at video from two years ago where he last addressed that international body. the white house says the president will discuss several foreign policy issues, including violent protests in the middle east. mitt romney is criticizing the president for referring to that violence as, quote, bumps in the road on the path to peace. the republican presidential nominee is suggesting the president is downplaying the crisis. meanwhile, romney is campaigning today and
sprayed for mosquitos hoping to get rid of some of the infected insects. in virginia, five cases have been reported but no one has died. >>> five dematha high school football players are no longer on the team after they allegedly hired prostitutes from a call services. that is according to the "washington post." the alleged incident happened early saturday morning at a hotel in north carolina afternoon the stags would be their first game of the season against a team from hillside, north carolina. the post reports two dematha player have withdrawn from the school. two other player may face expulsion and a fifth face as a disciplinary hearing. >>> drivers may have to shell out more to ride the dulles toll road and that isn't sitting well with many of them. sherry ly is live in mclean with the details. >> reporter: good morning. any toll increase for drivers here on the dulles toll road would go to pay for the silver line metro to dulles. the proposal would double what drivers are paying right now and that has some calling to say no to a toll increase. the first of flee public hearings was he
months in prison. a sentencing date could be set in today's hearing. >>> some voter in northern virginia will head to the polls today for a special election to replace delegate david england. he resigned earlier this summer after admitting to having an affair. polls in the district are open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. >>> democrats are in charlotte, north carolina preparing to kick off the democratic national convention t gets under way today. tom fitzgerald has a preview for us. >> reporter: first lady michelle obama got a first look at the convention podium she will be speaking from tuesday. president obama stayed on the campaign trail. >> of a he got one piece of advice for you about the romney- ryan game plan, ohio. punt it away. it won't work. >> reporter: at a labor union rally in toledo with auto and steel workers, the president said a mitt romney presidency would hurt the middle class. >> you could choose to give massive new tax cuts to folks who have already made it or you can choose my plan. >> reporter: the labor message continued in michigan as vice president biden kept up th
'll win virginia again. we will win this election. >> reporter: democrats adopted the party platform that calls for higher taxes on the wealthy and backs same-sex marriage. >>> a big night for maryland governor martin o'malley. he took cent are stage to introduce last night's keynote speaker. >> mark plotkin says he could see o'malley taking on a different role during the 2016 presidential campaign. take a hook at when he said last night. >> just a for you moments ago, martin o'malley walked off that stage behind you. a lot of people have been speculating he may be a candidate himself in four years. >> may be? tom, not may be. he will be a candidate. you can bet on it. he was very well received and he doesn't mind going after mitt romney, the head of the democratic governor's association. when i asked ike leggett, the chair of montgomery county, where is governor o'malley, he pointed to all the news studios, every one of them. that is where he is. he is doing his audition. >> a bit later, we'll hear what other local leaders told the crowd. >> fox 5 morning news at 4:30 starts now. >
in northern virginia after severe storms ripped through the area. there was no confirmed tornado sighting but the heavy rains and wind caused numerous downed trees and power lines. a lot of damage and luckily no one was seriously hurt. >> damage was also serious in parts of the district. huge trees toppled over destroying numerous cars parked on the street. check out this neighborhood on appleton street in northwest. plenty of wires are down in the area. this morning, almost all pepco and dominion virginia customers have their power back. >> i'm sarah simmons i'm wisdom martin. time now to talk about what el is happening in the weather department, what we can expect. >> nice cooldown. >> sarah is very happy about the temperatures. >> i am. i think a lot of people maybe are because it has been so hot. we knew it would cool down after the storms ripped through here. >> that was a strong cold front. i had one of busiest days of my life in the weather department with that storm. we've got nothing to show you here. we've got clear skies. a ridge of high pressure dominates our weather. the goo
. >>> a disturbing discovery at a day care facility in northern virginia. police say 29-year-old anila qayyum has a permit take care of five children at a home in wood brim but child protective services found 21 inside. some of the kids were in closets and bathrooms strapped to car seats. qayyum and her sister are now facing seven counts each of reckless child endangerment. >>> we finally know what the iphone 5 looks like and when it is expected to hit the storeselves. >> the company unveiled the phone yesterday. robert gray has more on this. >> this is iphone 5. >> reporter: apple unveiling the much-anticipated new iphone. it is thinner and heighter than the previous model and it has a bigger screen. >> iphone 5eus retina display, the same 326 pixels per inch and it is a stunning display in every way. ever iphone to date has had a 3.5-inch screen but the new screen is a 4-inch display. -- iphone 5 is retina display. we have great partners we're working with, at&t, verizon and sprint to support lte on iphone 5. >> reporter: google's android has become the most used mobile operating system in the
pretty close to home for people in virginia as the state's health department confirms one person has died from the virus. officials a the person was a senior citizen who lived in northwest virginia but has not released any more information than that. nine virginians have contracted the virus so far this year. in maryland, officials have reported 21 cases there, one of which was deadly. the district has reported one case which also killed its victim. crews are spraying throughout the region right now trying to get rid of as many mosquitos as possible. federal health officials say this is the worst year for west nile in the country since it was first discovered back in the late '90s. >>> we are following another developing story. two devastating factory fires overseas. >> up next, the latest on the staggering death toll as we check more headlines.  >>> a developing story in pakistan as over 100 are killed. firefighters managed to put out the blaze. some workers had to break through windows and jump to escape the flames. the death toll has been rising all night and is now up to 128
of atonement. it is traditionally spent fasting and praying. >>> the owner of a virginia casino now wants to buy a stake in maryland's largest gaming center, maryland live. they're in talks to buy a minority stake in maryland live. penn national has been active in trying to defeat maryland's expanding gambling bill, and their casino would likely take a heat if the measure passes referendum in november. >>> the piece on the side of an arlington dog grooming business was seen as advertising. kim, the owner of wag more dogs helped whitewash that mural. she paid an artist $4,000 to create it in the first place. >> i do not feel like defeat. i feel like this is a new beginning, and i think this is truly, while we're losing one mural, what we're demonstrating here is just another free expression. >> she says she will have a new mural painted that meets county regulations. >> i understand you have to uphold the law, but it's sad to me that you have to paint over a piece of artwork. once you put it on the wall, it's not like you can move it anywhere. >> the law is the law. >> yeah. >> let's bring
there on the radar out in west virginia and ohio. they will be pushing in later today riding along that frontal system. it is stalled across the region. lots of clouds. i know there are a lot of barbecues planned today. not going to be perfect for it. we'll have more details on the forecast coming up. we'll take a look at the seven- day forecast. >>> in politics, the democrats get their turn this week. their national convention gets under way tuesday in charlotte, north carolina. >> melanie alnwick has more on what they had to say on the sunday tax shows. >> reporter: the message machine for the democratic national convention was out in force sunday. one big question, how to defend the president's economic record. on fox news sunday, chris wallace pressed obama advisor david axelrod about unemployment going up, income going down and debt rising too. >> just looking at the president's record and those statistics, david, is the average american better off than four years ago? >> i think those are the workers whose industry would have collapsed if the president hadn't intervened are certainly bett
virginia. drivers will need an e-zpass to use the lanes. v-d.o.t. is partnering with several retailers so people can get easy access to an e-zpass. giant, wegmans and aaa will sell the deep transponders. >>> are speed camera fines in d.c. too high? some people certainly think so. neighbors citywide are sounding off about the fines. they showed up in numbers at a community meeting in ward 7. >> reporter: tonight at one of the few sit-down restaurants in ward 7 where unemployment is high and many residents struggle to make ends meet, some say even one camera fine is a financial hardship. >> i'm not even making that much money that i can afford $125 to $250. >> reporter: the issue of speed camera fines has been getting a lot of attention districtwide recently. a lot of people are upset. >> it is about money. it is no about safety and i have a problem with that. >> reporter: councilmembers tommy wells and mary cheh had started a discussion about possibly lowering fines. >> it should not be such a hardship. the purpose of the fines is to improve the behavior. >> reporter: there are some who di
or virginia. >> here is one for you. turns out men and women may actually see things differently due to the way our brains work. >> knew it. >> before everybody gets all excited, listen to what researchers are saying. they say there is no evidence that indicates the minds of men and women process what they see in different ways. stay with me. for example, men seem to be more sensitive to fine detail and things that move rapidly. >> like cars. >> fast cars. while women have an easier time differentiating between colors like women like pink cars. >> pink cars? idon't know. aerotropoli may play a role in these differences. >> i could see that. it all makes sense to me now. >> now, the income time we have an argument with our mates, we can say there is this study. >> it is why we can find the difference between mauve and purple. and you all can't. >> you just proved a point. >>> there is yet another smart phone making a big splash in the tech market. >> it is th nokia lumia920. some stepped-up picture taking ability and a charging system are just two of the new features. >> reporter: the
, this is about maryland versus west virginia. >> frankly, i didn't like the fact that an out of state interest is putting $5.5 million into a campaign to tell marylanders how they should vote. >> that out of state interest is penational, which owns a race way and casino in charlestown, virginia. they sa maryland is addressing the problems with addiction. the university of maryland said they received a $5 million grant from the state to correstart a problem gambling center. the center will be the first of its kind in the state. >>> tim kaine and george allen will detail how they plan on saving as many as 200,000 jobs in virginia. the senate candidates squared off yesterday in a debate you saw live on nbc 4, kaine, a democrat, and allen, a republican, squared off over defense cuts that will automatically take place if congress can't cut a deal on the budget by the end of the year. those cuts could have a huge impact on defense contractors in northern virginia. >> what we need to do in my view is repeal and replace obama care. that will save over $1 trillion in spending. that's harmful for busine
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